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You can buy a memory card reader (at Amazon.com or ebay.com) and it will have a usb plug. Simply put memory card into reader and plug into computer.
It will work as I just said, but ''technically'' you plug in the reader first into the computer, and _then_ insert the memory card into the reader. (but it will work if the memory card is already in the reader before plugging it in).
You can buy a simple one that only reads the specific memory card you have, or you can buy one that reads ''multi'' different type memory cards.
Hi, Right click on your My computer and go to properties this will show you a tab named remote click it and see if both check boxes are selected on page if not select them. For your memory card reader try reinstalling the drivers from Dell website. Good Luck.
Since you have these many problems with your laptop, Firstly try to reformat the system and reinstall all the neccessary drivers. Many times reformatting works well as your OS might malfunction when you have virus or malwares in your laptop.
OTHER SOLUTIONS a. for USB:
Click Start, click Run, type Devmgmt.msc, and then click OK. The Device Manager window opens.
Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers.
Right-click a USB Root Hub in the list, and then click Properties. The USB Root Hub Properties dialog box is displayed.
Click the Power Management tab.
Click to clear the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power check box, and then click OK.
Repeat steps 3 through 6 for each USB Root Hub in the list.
On the Action menu, click Scan for hardware changes.
Windows XP recognizes the new device.
Close the Device Manager window.
b. SD CARD Your 1GB kingston card might have virus. use a card reader and reformat the card for future use.
c. Uninstall and reinstall the driver of your finger scanner.
get memmory card reader that have the port of your memmory card. and the card reader adapter most be the usb port one so when you insact your memmory card in the card reader you can then slot the card reader in to the usb port.
Well basically what you do is
1.) connect your memory card reader
2.) install the necessary drivers
3.) insert the memory card and it should show up as a removable disk in my computer similar to that of a pen)flash) drive
If the card reader is built into the computer then simply ensure the necessary drivers are installed (right click computer and select properties, then click device manager , it will show up in the list, if it has a yellow maker then it has a problem if its a question mark then it aint installed) if you dont have the drivers get them from the manufactures web page. IF everything checks out ok then put in the memory card and it will show up as a removable disk in my computer..
If you dont have a memory card reader or dont have the card reader built in then you will need to purchase one.
goto to start menu
click on my computer--this will show all drives and devices
find your media reader drive
right click on that--goto properties
click and you'll see different tabs, so go thru each of them
and try to restore all defaults--
not sure what os you are running on so let me know if i was of any help to you.. thanks, d
Right click on my computer,click on properties,Click on Hardware Tab,Click on Device Manager tab.Here u can find ur multimedia reader.If it is disabled it shows red cross on it.Or if it is not installed it shows yellow exclamatory sign on it.